Greg Bronson CTS-D (He/Him)

Director, Standards and Technical Editor, AVIXA

About Greg Bronson CTS-D

In my role with AVIXA standards and content teams I provide technical advisement and strategic leadership. This primarily includes standards publications and the Exam Guide books. My interests span the broad spectrum of AV/IT technologies and systems our industry provides.  Prior to taking a staff role with AVIXA I worked supporting AV/IT solutions for both public and private education as a "Technology Manager" (roles including repair, installation, design and project management) as well as a longtime volunteer for AVIXA education and standards programs.



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Jan 19, 2023

Ratnesh's passion and free sharing of his experience with, and for, Standards was the hallmark of AV industry volunteerism.   Our hearts go out to his family and friends at this time of loss.

Comment on Software is coming
Aug 30, 2022

I'd agree that "software based" solutions will continue to increase.  To be a bit more specific, these are applications that use (often in the cloud) "generic" processing power to handle some aspect(s) of AV signals and/or functions - be it audio, video and/or (as you note) control.  This is mostly happening in the "middle" of the system signal flow (input and output devices by and large persist).  So, I'd also see it (continuing to) evolving workforce training content but depending on job roles (and tasks) the core pro AV knowledge (existing) will still be needed.  Outside of AI (another topic!) switches, knobs and dials, whether physical or virtual, don't move themselves to proper settings in a specific AV system/environment.   Is it not more of a shift of learning (new) custom software apps vs. dealing with as many "hands on" boxes?

Aug 24, 2022
Replying to Greg Bronson CTS-D

Same goes for the CTS-I JTA

and of course the CTS-D JTA

Aug 16, 2022

Same goes for the CTS-I JTA